Libberazzi: Lego product placement on chatroullette

Here are some interesting posts from my friends I want to share:

Lego: Kids shouldn’t watch too much T.V. by Ben

I absolutely love Lego advertising. A big thank you to Alivia for the post.

Product placement on the rise in video games by Erika Brown

A big thank you to Sami for this article. It’s scary to think that games, movies and books all revolve around companies now. There will be a point where everything we do will revolve around companies getting desperate to advertise in new ways.

The Last Exorcism on Chatroulette

This is not for the faint of heart but a really great way to advertise on chatroulette. Thank you to Amy for the video.

I know what pleasure is, and it is to love someone- Dorian Gray

Lots of Little Love

-L

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Blogalicious: Flirting with cakes teaches you how to be a woman

Some more of my favourite blog posts:

Flirtation failure by Girl on the Contrary

Perhaps its because she’s so honest or perhaps its because I don’t know how to flirt either but this is definitely a very witty and personal blog.

Cakes, Tea and Dreams by Katie Gibson

A letter to your sixteen-year-old self. I love the idea, in fact I loved it so much I wrote my own.

What I haven’t worked out about being a woman by Marina

Common sense about our genders is a load of bull cr#p. I remember when I was younger I had no idea how to shave and I had to look it up online.

Listen to your heart if its leading you to a happier place. Listen to your head when you heart is misleading.

Lots of Little Love

-L

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Little Knowledge: Seth Godin on Book Publishing

This is not for everyone. In fact if you don’t have an attention span longer than 5 minutes I wouldn’t even bother clicking the link.

Seth Godin on the Book Publishing Industry

Its fascinating to see predictions on an industry that is currently facing what the music industry faced a while back. I wonder if the publishing industry will learn from those mistakes. My guess is that it probably won’t.

All happy families resemble each other, but each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way

Lots of Little Love

-L

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Little Publicity: F*ck You

This video contains mature content.

Some may call this an incomplete product, but in all honesty this is genius. A simple slideshow with words and more than a million views. Sometimes we just don’t need the frilly bits.

Becoming an expert in something means we become more and more fascinated by nuance and complexity

Lots of Little Love

-L

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Blogalicious: Men have ice-cream balls

I’ve been going through a lot of blogs lately and here are just a few of my favourites.

My Man Map by Lucie Stevens

Where are all the single men in Syndey? Instead of describing her city by its streets and buildings, Lucie Stevens blogs about her city in terms of it’s single men. Just imagine if she eventually created a map with density colours of where all the single men were. This might just be the very next trend.

The Candy Shoppe by Ronnie

“Writings that satisfy your craving for creativity”. Not all blogs are rants and raves. Sometimes what we need is a return to unbridled passion for art. This poem “Ice Cream Man” is really sweet.

I’ve Got Ball by Anonymous 28 year old

From super sweet to highly sarcastic. What would happen if you made all your life decisions through a magic eight ball. This person writes an extremely witty and highly sarcastic blog about her life decided by a magic eight ball.

Honesty is the best policy but insanity is the best defense.

Lots of Little Love

-L

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Little Publicity: The Story of the Plastic Bag

We love us a good story.

Enough said.

Of course it’s the same old story. Truth usually is the same old story.  – Margaret Thatcher

Lots of Little Love

-L

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Little Extra: The Genius of the Everyday Object

Everything that is necessary has already been created. Now we’re really just in a world of over consumption and unnecessary luxuries. I came across this article Appreciating the Genius of Everyday Objects by Kaomi Goetz and its really just a compilation of objects that are about to be shown in the Vitra Design Museum. I love the little tidbits and stories about how each object was created, like the egg carton which was created in British Columbia (Damn Straight!). I’m not even Canadian, but I feel proud.

The Lipstick was once banned as an ‘incantation of Satan’ and regarded as something for prostitutes

Lots of Little Love

-L

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